The folks at Safelite may want to get ready, because Tesla is about to announce a new Cybertruck.
The electric pickup first debuted last November at a very eventful event where Tesla designer Franz von Holzhausen broke the so-called “armor glass” window with a needle ball. type while trying to prove how strong they are.
In the months since then, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the radical design is being adapted to production, which is expected to start in Texas next fall.
This week, he responded to a Twitter follower asking when the world might see the update.
Musk previously noted that they made some “minor improvements” that could include lowering the window line and line balance, which could result in a less user interface. He also confirmed that it will be made from the same stainless steel as his rocket company SpaceX̵7;s Starship.
Tesla is aiming to offer the Cybertruck at a starting price of $ 39,990 for a single-engine, two-wheel drive model with a range of 250 km, while the $ 69,990 full-time all-wheel drive will have. can go 500 miles and pull more than 14,000 pounds.
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In October, General Motors completed the electric GMC HUMMER EV pickup, which is expected to go on sale at the same time as Cybertruck with a starting price of $ 112,595. Orders for the first year of production were filled within an hour, though GM did not say how much production it plans to produce.
Estimates for Cybertruck preorders range from 200,000 to 750,000, according to various reports.
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